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>> a return of fall like temperatures tomorrow. abc 7 news starts right now. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> by big stories beginning with a growing alert on metro. >> i do not like it. i would understand and accept it. >> a new scare after a terror plot is exposed. what i could name. mia during a mass shooting. y e a ts are under -- why emt s are underexposure. a 3 month old murder. white police are blaming farmville. scared over snow? the deep-seated fears them have as winters on its way. this is abc 7 news at 11.
>> growing concerns -- a series of major stations. they shed down a stop after a suspicious briefcase less discomfort bill this comes as a learn more about the plot targeting for stops in northern virginia. we have all of the late developments. >> police were not taking any chances today when they got that phone call about a suspicious package. there was an unusual briefcase with a cell phone nearby. the call came in before 4:00 p.m.. they move quickly to shut down several blocks but there they sit in the stroke by to check the briefcase for any explosive. this officer had to check the area for any of their bombs.
paris tried to retrieve the children from the daycare center. >> once the officer gave the all clear, if they said they had no choice. >> that is what you have to do. e one: take the metro prepared to cannot live in fear. >> the plan was to target for pentagon area metro systems. the primary target was members of the military. >> it is scary. >> police say be ready for possible random bad checks. >> other agencies in boston and new york and have rolled out a random screening. that is something we are looking at. >> officials had rejected back checks think it was unrealistic for one the size. there are growing concerned about possible plots to target
manager. passengers should be prepared for increased security measures. we are learning the details about the man at the center of the metro terror plot. out med had a desire to kill americans. >> authorities released this mug shot of him tonight. they say in addition to planning the attack, it also wanted to travel to afghanistan to kill american soldiers. he also sent $10,000 to terrorists to avoid suspicion. the fbi has linked the three shootings in a military building. the same gun was used to fire a shot at a military recruiting shooting in chantilly.
no one was hurt in any of those shootings. the fbi has not determined a motive or suspects. 3 d.c. fire and ems employees are under investigation. they were missing in action during this year's mass shooting on south capitol street that killed four people. we are live with more on what the uncovered. >> they do confirm that those of board that ambulance, 32, that night are the focus of an investigation and allegations of it may have been running errands while others were trying to save lives. >> chaos erupted after a drive- by shooting killed four people. police quickly a right to do with frantic families. fire crews hustled to cope with a mass casualty same. one ambulance crew of firefighter emts faces an
internal investigation on the allegation that they avoided responding to this call. >> they use this time to run personal errands to go past their homes, possibly get something to eat. those in ambulance 32 incident racing to the scene to personal time. >> studio with one of the worst mass casualties -- to me, that is absolutely inexcusable. like you, i want and expect a quick response. >> they are under review. he is confident their absence from this shooting scene had no impact whatsoever on the quality and amount of care given that night. >> we did have a lot of resources the response it.
we have enough resources to handle this incident. >> members of ambulance 32 may earn not be knocked do may or may not be disciplined. -- 32 may are not be disciplined. more trouble for the cereals dabber after jail officers issued a taser to subdue him. he is being held after trying to punch a sergeant. two officers were hurt. he is charged in the early attacks in michigan. addressed the group as of the complaint after a d.c. police of a search shot and killed one of their dogs. they claim a d.c. officers used excessive force on the pit bull terrier, unnecessarily killing
the dog during a street festival. police say the officer is an experience canine handler and shot the dog as a last resort. was turned to the weather. you could actually feel the temperatures. >> it was so night. >> we have a look at what is in store. what are timid to renown -- our temperature right now is 59 degrees. this was yesterday's weather. this is the upcoming weekend. we have some free pictures. i will tell you more about our week them for the upcoming weekend. a lot of things going on.
i will tell you about it. >> a slightly different reason for what is happening. despite today's temperatures, winter is really on the way. last year's record-breaking storms have caused some pretty serious medical problems for others. we have now have more on this no anxiety. >> a chilling fear lingers in the wake of last winter's snowstorms despite the passage of time. >> it was a disaster. >> with the winter, she and her neighbors wonder how they will get around. >> some people have to go to work. >> what is going to happen? you may be locked in linking it out. >> it is very real. >> when the weather hits to this degree and you cannot find a way
to get out, we can i get to the store. for a little while, we are truly hopeless. >> some residents cannot reach civilization for a week things to the snow plow. >> we were really isolated. >> they fear created from paralyzing blizzard can be managed. >> people need to take back a sense of control and make them sells feel as if they are in charge. that would be an effective way. >> the only thing i could do was come out on the port and let up and think got out alive. >> the memory of being trapped in burning out of food and help resonates to this day. >> it is a feeling of helplessness. but they survived with the help the students who shoveled out everyone on the 700 block of constitution avenue. >> angels are watching over us all the time.
>> anxiety limbs. the emotional scars remain. >> i pray if we have another disaster like last winter, that god will take care of us. those pictures bring back memories. dr. lieberman says progressive as the best way to provide anxiety. have plenty of food and shovels on hand. talk with their neighbors now if the date you might need their help and winter hits. coming up, 7 is on your side with an alert for constipation and duplex and mother, -- constipation. >> a mother, famrville, and murder. great surveillance video. people hope someone rec
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this is abc 7 news at 11:00 on your side. >> a bank robber caught on camera. a dramatic video that you will only see here on abc 7. >> police need your help to track down a bank robber. john gonzales has more on that video just released by detectives. lookinglks in wit suspicious. seconds later, he has a gun against a manager's head. >> to have this happen, how did they get away? >> they believe this same and irresponsible for least two recent bank robberies. >> i hope they find him fast. >> police say he had a bank last thursday and struck again in the
great falls. detectives are talking to county police about a similar robbery there. about abeen hearing serial robber robbing houses. maybe it is the same guy. >> eventually is a payback of money. he was seen walking into and out of two separate banks on georgetown pike. >> it looks like he had to wait in line and may have gotten frustrated. that is when he went down the street. >> 20 minutes later, a manager is forced through the door while a customer who happen to walk in at that moment is ordered to the ground. >> there are so many people in and out in all a run here all day long. the suspect pulled out a gun but during the latest robbery, the suspect believed to be in his late 20s actually pointed it out one of the managers.
police are concerned that he may be stepping up. no one has been injured during these robberies. it is unclear how much money has been taken. >> thank you. the man who murdered a fairfax couple will not get a new trial. they refuse to overturn his conviction in the 2002 murders of martha: and her boy. they are both serving time for the murders. prosecutors said u.s. the shooter during this trial but then changed theories during his ex-wife's trial, saying that she was the shooter. ? a florida mother admits to killing her baby after police say the infant interrupted her playing a game on facebook. she pleaded guilty to shape a new three month old baby to death . she became angry because the boy would not stop crying what she was playing farmville on
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it is the fourth annual gala in northwest washington. it raises money for after-school programs to prepare girls to go to college. there you go. it is a great cause. >> terrific. >> nothing wrong with education. >> my grandmother was a teacher. you respect that. >> education is important. outside tonight, we are seeing the education of strong winds. this is the skyline. this is a wonderful spot. we tapped into our weatherbug network. this is up at the meadow visitor center. look at it. look at the oak tree. the bees are gone. reducing leaves are-- leaves are gone. they are still plenty of colors.
it shows you some of the microclimatology. in washington it was almost 80 degrees. right now, 59 degrees. it will be sweater time after having this summerlike weather. high temperatures here, it 10 degrees below where they were last night wi. temperatures rationale into the 40's around detroit. what a difference a day make. yesterday we had all of that wild weather. now it is, as it will be for the next couple of days. overnight tonight, we will continue to see the area of showers. that is the old leftover weather front.
an area of high pressure will be coming in on us. that means a lot of sunshine. the weather front is off the coast. plenty of sunshine. high pressure is in. it'll be a little bit breezy. by the time needed to send a, some really delightful what they are -- some really delightful weather. the high elevations are a little bit past week. there is still some gray color. cool and breezy tomorrow. it will feel like fall. temperatures in the low or mid- 40's. what a difference it will be. it will be breezy. for the next seven days, some nice weather. a lot of sunshine. .emperatures into the low-60's
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correct this is not a good night for washington sports. they are trying to do too much too quickly. the redskins are leery. they cannot find any magic and orlando. what a night. take a closer look at keith fimian and his inspection business. fimian's former business partner said fimian lied, his record "built upon a fraud." his business sued more than 40 times. slapped with thousands in liens. its corporate status revoked. now we learn fimian signed a campaign pledge that protected tax breaks for corporations outsourcing jobs. fraud, failed policies. unfortunately, that's keith fimian. a landmark of liberty and opportunity. at bank of america, we live and work here, with thousands of employees and hundreds of branches and atms.
bob ehrlich's 24 years in politics. in congress ehrlich voted with george bush 90% of the time, protecting the special interests. as governor, ehrlich cut education, increased college tuition by 40%, and vetoed an increase in the minimum wage. and after losing his election, bob ehrlich joined a lobbying firm and got paid $2.5 million to represent casinos and wall street banks. bob ehrlich--24 years of putting the special interests first.
quite the toyota sports desk, moving you forward. >> the wizard opened the season in orlando. it is the opening lead the amway center. a tough night for florida prepare tiger woods was in the house. he hit this jumper to make 925 prepa to 5. they played no defense. the wizards to escape but more than 50 points. they were badly outrebounded. not a good start. they played their second game. they did not seem to have their legs. he likes this to make it 1-0 minnesota.
if they fought back. it was 2-1 with time running out. he makes the stock. the final was 2-1. this emphasis could giants had taken a leave. let's go back to at&t prepare he skips this. he looks at deep left field. it was 1-0. as good to be bought some of this. he fights this to right-center field. he comes around to score. they blew it open. they win in 9-0 over texas. it to be blacked out in detroit. they failed to sell of the stadium by today's deadline.
they are not taking the lion's likely prevent the players understand that they have plenty of talent. the lions had been in almost every game. >> the record is really deceptive. ap be easily switch out of the rape. -- they could easily be switched out of the way. >> the redskins are at least talking the right gain. jerry jones said that tony romo may not be back this season. he had a broken collarbone. romo may not be back according to jerry jones. >> wow. that is a big one. >> we will be right back. that is a big one. >> we will be right back.
today, it's nearly double. and nearly a quarter of a million marylanders are looking for work. in addition, we face a national health care plan that will hurt small business and cost us jobs. so we have to ask, are you better off today than you were four years ago? we're heading in the wrong direction. we need strong leadership. say no to things we can't afford. fix our health care plan. and refuse to raise taxes. martin o'malley can't do it. i will.
woman 1 sync: i knew what bob ehrlich did as governor. man 1 sync: raised my property taxes 60 percent. woman 2 sync: let utilities hike our rates 72 percent. woman 1 sync: but i didn't know what he's done since he got fired as governor. man 2: ehrlich's raked in millions. man 3: he worked for a wall street bank that took 10 billion dollars from the bailout. woman 3: 10 billion of our money. woman 4: our money. woman 5 sync: and he worked for another bank that collapsed. man 4: costing tax payers 17 million. anncr: tell bob ehrlich big banks don't need help. middle class marylanders do.